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... -I-,.. ,11,. .1 J, ...... .. i "" " 1 '- " " " -1 ' I r - ' .v.... V ,,. ..,..,,.. fit, 'fl )",'',H:i'i,..1cin,i J' ; PAGE 23CITT. DAILY EAST ORECOMAX, PKXDLCTQX, OREGON. SATURDAY, OCTOIIKIt 2, 1907. FOURTEEN PAGES. Have , You Seen BRIEF RECORD OF TIIE COUNTY EVENTS nn M Special Correspondence F The New Ladies' and Children's J THEATER re . imiu m Dill Moving Pictures That are funny and fascinating Illustrated Songs All late and Catchy Programe Changes every Sun. &. Wed. Shows 2 to 5 p. m. and 6:30 to 10 p. m Admission - 10c Children under 10 yrs. 5c Main st Next to Raders "Its one long howling laugh" "Everybody orks But Mother" She Cooks With Gas AFFORDS A SOFT, WHITE, LIGHT AND IS UNSURPASS ED TO READ BY. Call at office for particulars. Northwestern Gas & Electric Co. MATLOCK BUILDING. 'e CATARRH AXOTIIEU FOOT1ULL GAME HERE TODAY. Wnltsnurg Team Days With Normal Tram Tills Afternoon Superinten dent Aekernuin Was Here Tills Week Purchases Land In Twin Falls Country Diphtheria Report on Weston Mountain Rents Big Farm Near llelk. Weston. Oct. 26. Thora will 1e a game of football this afternoon on the local campus between the Normal team and the Waltsburg high school. It promises to be a good gamo, and there will be many local people In at tendance. J. D. Glsh, who recently went to the Twin Falls country', purchased considerable land In that section, on the north side of Snake river. He is favorably Impressed with that section. Three new students have recently been admitted to the Weston Normal. Everett King and Bert Winn of this place have rented the holdings of land of F. E. King of Helix, consisting of more than one thousand acres, which they will farm the coming season. D. B. Stone of the Gardena country, was quite seriously Injured a few days ago In a runaway accident. He Is not considered in a serious condition, however. East Lynne will be the attraction at the opera house In Weston Octo ber 31. The football team of the Weston Normal Is talking of putting on a minstrel at an early date to help pay some of the expenses. Superintendent of Public Instruc tion J. Ackerman was here Thursday In company with Senator Miller. They visited the Normal 'while here. A musical and literary program was carried out for the occasion and Su perintendent Ackerman made an ad dress before the students. Diphtheria in Mountain District. There are three cases of diphtheria reported on the Weston mountain, and there are a few scattering cases of scarlet fever in the country. WELL KXOWX MILTON PHYSICIAN TO PORTLAND. Infant Child Dlrs Sells Ten-Acre Trnrt of Land Near the City Hud son Bay Grange Is Making Elalior. ate Preparations for Anniversary Celebration The Frocwater Com mercial Club Will Send Apples to President! Milton, Oct. 26. Robert McEwen has purchased the handsome resi dence of Dr. Dltterbrandt of Milton, and he will soon take possession of the same. Dr. Dltterbrandt will make his home in Portland In the future. The little Infant of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hall died yesterday at the family residence and was laid to rest in the I. O. O. F. cemetery today. The child was 10 days old. A. S. Babcock'and wife have Just sold an 11-acre tract of land at Sun nyside to J. B. Brown of Fossil, Ore., for a consideration of $4400. A scarcity of cars Is holding up some of the apple shipments. Hard Times In Kansas. Th old days of grasshoppers and drouth are almost forgotten In the prosperous Kansas of today; al though a citizen of Codell. Earl Shamburg, has not yet forgotten a hard time he encountered. He says: "I was worn out and discouraged by coughing night and day, but could find no relief till I tried Dr. King's New Discovery. It took less than one bottle to completely cure me." The safest and most reliable cough nr.d cold remedy and lung and throat healer ever discovered. Guaranteed by Tallman & Co.'s drug store. 50c and $1. Trial bottle free. Freewater Notes. Freewater. Oct. 26. The members of the Hudson Bay grange are mak ing elaborate preparations for the cel ebration of the first anniversary of the grange which will be held Satur day, November 2. Henry Growth has sold his 10-acre ranch to F. J. Korts for $4100. Thirteen years ago he bought this :;."" for $610. The people of Freewater have Just cause to feel proud of the fine show ing made from this section at the Walla Walla fair. Ed White was a visitor to the coun ty seat yesterday. From 1 acres of apples Frank Williams made $1400. T. J. Conrad, who took the prize at the Walla Walla fair for Spokane Beauty apples, will donate some to the Commercial club, which body will 'forward them to President Roos evelt at the White House. HOTEL ARRIVALS. Ely's Cream Mb E3b5au It cleanses, soothes, tWl p heals and protects A the diseased mem- evXV 1 brane result from f awav a Cold in the &2J Head quickly. Ile-ljYf i"CMCfi stores the Senses of lift I I 7 2Ut laste and biucll. F ill 7p r,l cists cr bv mail. Iri ii nM f.n . Lly Brotherj, 50 Vurrca ciirr:t, Is vr 1'orV The East Oregonlan Is Eastern Ore gon's representative paper. It leads and the people appreciate it and show It by their liberal patronage. It Is the advertising medium of the section. CONSIDERABLE SEEDIXG. Many Hunters Out to Remain a Few Weeks. Athena, Oct. 26. Many of the farmers about here have accomplish ed a great deal the past week In the way of seeding fall grain, and are encouraged over the fine looking grain that Is now coming up where early seeding was done. A good rain Is needed badly at this time, how ever. A large crowd was out at the rink last night, it being club night. A number of Athena sportsmen are now out hunting, expecting to re main until the early part of Novem ber. A party of about eight are on the head waters of the Grand Ronde. The teachers have returned from Pendleton, where they attended the Institute. ' For Sale. A five year note for $800 bearing 8 per cent. Interest paid annually. Secured by mortgage on real estate worth $1600. Enquire at Wonder store. Hotel St. George. W. M. Driver. Seattle; J. B. Seward, Seatth?: Mose Meyer. Portland: Geo. D. O'Connor, Walla Walla; D. T. Mar lor. Portland: P. J. DeClarey, Seattle; Mark J. Slomar, Rochester;. W. A. Hunt. Walla Walla; John Pumber, San Francisco; R. A. Priest, Jr., San Francisco; Ed White and wife, Free I water; B. W. Flsk, . Chicago; D. L. j Rosenfleld, San' Francisco; James Mace and wife, Portland; W. E. (Thomas, Oakland; J. A. Ockway, I Portland; P. V. Smith, Ohio; E. L. Williams, Portland- S. O. Markman, Portland, P. J. Schoff, Portland: A. H. Campbell, Spokane; L. H. Steln hart .Portland; J. F. Haley, San Francisco; O. C. Turner, Weston; J. C. Falrchlld, Tacoma;- Joe' Bailey, Fosters; R. E. Thomas, Hermlston; Peter Van Patta, Portland; L. J. Chapman. Seattle; J. B. Steutz, Olym pia; T. D. Hufft, Portland; William Dunn, Portland; Lewis Rathburn, Portland; W. E. Stull. Portland; W. B. Waters, Portland; E. B. Jlmison, Portland. Golden Rule note!. J. A. Hawks. Nolln; O. A. Cannon, Echo; C. E. Summervllle, Weston; Stella O'Harra, Weston; John Cun ningham, Pilot Rock; J. E. Crandllck, Spokane; Wm. Nagel, Walla Walla; W. R. Hooper, Walla Walla; Kid Tallman, Walla Walla; Fish Craw ford,' Walla Walla; Verne Drener, Walla Walla; C. E. Ash, Walla Walla; Harry Cowan, Walla Walla; Stanley Wright, Walla Walla; Neal J. Haw kins, Walla Walla; C. C. Douglas, Walla Walla; A. W. Close, Walla Walla; Leo Oldrlght, Walla Walla; Delbert McCause, Walla Walla; Del vin Hughes, Walla Walla; E. D. Grif fith, Walla Walla; E. E. Callison, Myrlck; Bert Zumwalt; H. Wadding- This Sale is Big in Every Way Possible. Big Values,- Big Lots of Goods, Big Mill Ends, not all short pieces, and best of all Big Crowds of Buyers. You can get $3.00 worth here at this sale for $2.00 if you come early Others are doing it, why not you ? THE FAIR DEPT STORE PENDLETON, OREGON ham and wife. Weston; S. S. Darnell, Pilot Rock; Mrs. S. S. Darnell, Pilot Rock; L. C. Hill. St. Louis; Clarra E. Wallan, Cleveland; Lizzie McKlnzle, San Francisco; Hilly Darr, Seattle; Daitsa Mclntyre, Nelson; Alice Carls ton, Chicago; C. H. Nelson and wife, city; J. T. Johnson and wife, Dale; Daisy Lee, Milton; Rosa Lee, Milton; Delia Samuel, Milton. HOW RHEUMATISM IS CURED. Simplicity and Science Combine to Conquer Winter's Plague. When Dr. Flood, the great Kidney, Bladder and Rheumatism specialist, wrote the now fnmous prescription for these diseases, given below, he condensed great medical learning and skill Into a remedy and method of treatment so simple, Inexpensive, and easily obtained that anyone can ben efit y it. The receipt In full, as he wrote It, with his simple directions complete Is as follows: Fluid Extract Cnscara Aromatic H ounce Concentrated Barkola Compound 1 ounce Aromatic Elixir 4 ounces Mix these Ingredients nt home and take one teaspoonful after each meal and one nt bedtime. Tht object of this prescription is to soothe and heal the Kidneys and Bladder, reduce all Inflammations and stop the pain, but the doctor's Instructions are that It must be per severed with for at least a week after the patient has been completely re stored to health. In order to make certain that every quick recovery may be also a lasting one. In Delia If of Ireland. Boston, Mass., Oct. 26. Archbish op O'Connell, William Lloyd Garrison and Michael J. Ryan of Philadelphia, national president of the United Irish League of America, are to be among the special speakers at a mass meet Ing to be held In this city tomorrow under the auspices of the Boston Cen tral Council of the United Irish league. The chief purpose of the demonstration Is to protest against coercion in Ireland Mrs. Joseph Medll! McCOrmlck wo was Miss Ruth Hanna, daughter of the late Senator Mark Hanna, has tired of mansion life and will take up her residence with her husband In the university settlement at Chi cago to aid the poor. Ufoljer&IP J. Illliiri. .Mil i 1 111 Mr M Is A I hi MM . . t rs I pif j Ifi r3BS w Tea 13P nLine The Satisfactio J-A FOLGER & CO. San Francisco Known' For Its Strength The First National Bank Pendleton, Oregon DesisnafedlUnited States Depository Established 1882 Has operated under the National Bank Act for more than a quarter of a century, making five statements of condition each year, besides undergoing semi-annual examinations by Federal examiners. To day its business is larger than ever in its history. , It invites new business on the basis of its strength and security. Courteous treatment, progressive methods and a careful consideration of your, require ments are assured. ' SECURITY mm Prescription Insurance When your prescription comes here you are sure of quality, sure of accu racy, sure of skilful compounding, sure of correctness, sure of moderate price bringing your prescription here Is the best Insurance that you will get it RIGHT. ft A Cigar of Quality EL SIDELO LILY Hotel Pendleton The East Oreconian is eastern Oregon's representatiye paper. It tads and the people appreciate it and show it by their liberal patron- age. It is tne advertising memum 01 ims section. N.. v. '